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Sunlite Bicycle Dog Leash

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  • Hands free from leash
  • Easy low attachment
  • Prevents dog from becoming entangled in wheel or frame
  • Maintain control or stability on bike while riding dog
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Sunlite Bicycle Dog Leash + Highland (9417500) 24" Red Carabiner Bungee Cord - 1 piece + Highland (9417400) 18" Blue Carabiner Bungee Cord - 1 piece
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006514IG
  • Item model number: Bicycle Dog Leash
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,891 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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DOG LEASH SUNLT


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Customer Reviews

OK, first off the instructions weren't so clear, but I figured it out.
jeff at the beach
I tried to "make it work", but halfway through the ride with my dog, he darted to one side and ripped the back wheel out of the frame.
J. Winkler
Before i had to leave him at home when I rode my bike but now he gets to come along and he loves it.
Karlitos

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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By J. Winkler on January 5, 2007
The product is a good idea and is built very well. The construction is very beefy and welds are solid. There is one thing I would strongly caution individuals considering this product, however. It does not fit well on frames of bicycles that do not have a "standard" design. In other words, if the lower frame support from the pedals to the rear tire is not straight, you will have an issue. My bicycle has bends in the frame in that area. I tried to "make it work", but halfway through the ride with my dog, he darted to one side and ripped the back wheel out of the frame.
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By M. L. Beitz on July 30, 2007
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I really like this dog leash. I use it for my border collie mix, my lab mix and my foster dog which is a Dachshund mix. The border collie pulls the bike, which I don't like, but she doesn't get tangled in the leash or the bike so it still works fine. I have to be very careful with her because if she gets distracted (squirrel, other dog, etc.) even though she is less than fourty pounds she can pull the back end of the bike out of balance. I have not ever fallen, but I have to pay extra special attention when I ride with her. The other two are great. They follow along at whatever pace I set and it is great. I would be concerned about anyone using this with a large dog or a high energy dog. My recommendation would be to just keep your eyes open and be ready for anything. Other than that, my pack gets a good run every morning and they really seem to enjoy it.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Loren Crow on October 25, 2009
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UPDATE: SAFETY WATCH-OUT: With more experience I've had my 100 lb Greyhound Husky mix, who pulls hard to the side at squirrels, bend my rear axle quick release hub while riding, which made my mountain bike back wheel loose. Yesterday while at the bike shop getting new pedals for my wife's bike I noticed a bike on the stand with the same Pyramid bike leash as mine, with original red leash. I mentioned to the shop tech that I had the same item but had changed it out due to the safety issues with my bigger dog. He told me that the bike was in the shop because the dog had bent the quick release hub on that bike so badly that he had trouble getting it out of the bike. Because of this safety issue with bigger dogs I've lowered my rating of this item to three stars. I think it still works well with smaller dogs and medium sized dogs that don't pull, but would not recommend it with larger dogs on a bike with a quick release hub. I think it would be much safer with a rear axle that uses the old fashioned thread and nut due to the much larger and stronger components. In any case if you are using this with a big dog with a quick release axle consider going slower and checking the rear axle frequently. One thing I've considered but haven't tried would be putting a sleeve, like a long washer, over the shaft of the quick release axle make it stronger so it won't bend. It may be worth a try if you are handy with this sort of thing.

I changed mine out to a home made unit that I bolted on. Same concept but studier with my big dog. I picked up a 3/4" x 3/4" square aluminum tube from H Depot. Drilled a through hole in my lower frame that holds the rear tire in two places and bolted it on.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By John McGarey on August 8, 2007
Looking for a way to get your dog the exercise he/she needs? - this is one of the best. There are other fancier designs for more dough with springs and leashes off to the side, but design one works well.

I've heard: "A tired dog is a happy dog" and that I've experienced first hand in the past. I've been very excited about getting this bike leash and my excitement was warranted - it's exactly what I needed. I can ride a lot further than I can walk, I don't get bored, I have more fun, I can coast down hills, and all while I'm exercising the dog - the dog gets a much better workout than I could ever give him on my own two feet.

It doesn't come with instructions which I found odd, but it is easy to slip the catch on the rear axle and velcro the bar to one of the crossbars of the bike - it doesn't require any modifications to the bike and I had mine on in about 10 minutes of thinking and 3-4 minutes of trying it out. I didn't even need any tools, just used the quick release on the rear wheel. I believe it would fit on any bike - but I'm no expert on bikes.

My dog is very strong, and is still a puppy. I have a mountain bike with thick tread tires, and he can pull left and right and not have any problems with falling over at all. I could feel the pull but it didn't cause any problems of balance or falling and it did not appear at any time to be dangerous to the dog.

It's worked out well for me, I hope it works out well for you too.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Terwilliger on March 6, 2008
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Before you buy a expensive bicycke dog leash, try this one. It might be all you need.
One does not feel the dog pulling from side to side, and he stays out of the way for that occasional car. (I have found autos Really slow down to pass; maybe because they find a dog on a bike leash interesting, cute or whatever. However it's wise to stay on low traffic roads or bikepaths).
The only thing I recommend is to start out with short runs and gradually build up so one gives time for dogs paws to toughen up on the pavement AND buy a good bicycle mirror so you can monitor dog (i.e. getting tired and needs a short rest and track dogs gait. Sometimes the dogs likes it to slow down just for a bit for a while.
My dog is a 50+lb. sheperd mix and loves it to the point he gets excited when he sees me put on my bike helmet. I'm amazed how far he wants to go but for their safety make it a comfortable pace for them AND don't forget water...they need to hydrate.
It's the exercise many dogs need AND I found he behave better for the rest of the day.
Comes off easily when you go solo (But the dog hates that!!:) )
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